Gas prices : Ohio.

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-30-2007
Gas prices : Ohio.
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Thu, 01-12-2012 - 10:49am

Seems the Republicans

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iVillage Member
Registered: 03-30-2007
Thu, 01-19-2012 - 6:35pm

It's been all over our local News.

iVillage Member
Registered: 12-16-2008
Thu, 01-19-2012 - 5:43pm

Where do you get your info??

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-03-2009
Mon, 01-16-2012 - 1:17pm

Farmers will have to share in the conservation if the Ogallala is to be kept viable. They will have to find drought-tolerant alternatives. Stuff like this http://ethanolproducer.com/articles/3570/the-future-of-the-ogallala-aquifer/ has to stop.

Jabberwocka

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Registered: 03-03-2009
Mon, 01-16-2012 - 1:09pm
Fossil fuels are finite and filthy. Haring after them, even if it means temporary short term gain (jobs and no shift in entrenched habits of energy usage), will inevitably result in long term pain.

Jabberwocka

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Registered: 11-10-2006
Mon, 01-16-2012 - 12:16am
anthony60 wrote:

It's simple supply and demand. Obama has done all he can to keep prices up. No pipeline, stopped off shore oil drilling, no new refineries, all the government bureaucracy that stops new wells, ANWAR, etc...

 


 


 


iVillage Member
Registered: 11-10-2006
Mon, 01-16-2012 - 12:09am
It's clear that the aquifer is depleting faster than it can naturally replenish. And since the majority of it is used for crops, do you really think that water conservation in other areas will be enough. It's almost as though the only way to ensure the longevity of our own natural resources is to eliminate shipping our goods over to other countries. But that's unreasonable. Will we ever find the right balance?

 


 


 


iVillage Member
Registered: 11-10-2006
Sun, 01-15-2012 - 11:55pm
My apologies. I didn't mean to gloss over your answer. It was claimed that the company itself would NOT pay for it.

 


 


 


iVillage Member
Registered: 03-03-2009
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 2:40pm

Hmmmmm........I indicated in an earlier post that WHO would pay was a good question because nobody had actually said. Common sense would dictate that TransCanada would pay for the project.

Jabberwocka

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Registered: 05-03-2011
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 10:56am
I'm pretty sure I read that there's no reason to think that Keystone oil would be used for us. It would go to the refinery and it depends on who buys it. That's not necessarily us, nor is it going to be any cheaper if we do buy it from the refinery.
iVillage Member
Registered: 11-10-2006
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 10:39am
I meant that I didn't think my questions regarding the government paying the pipeline will be answered.

 


 


 


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